ALDOT UPDATES Scott George, P. E. Materials and

ALDOT UPDATES Scott George, P. E. Materials and

ALDOT UPDATES Scott George, P. E. Materials and Tests Engineer 2018 AAPA Conference Tuscaloosa, AL March 15, 2018 ALDOT Procedures, Forms, Etc.

Section 306 Density Requirements For Compaction & 410 Asphalt Pavements Bituminous Surface Treatments Process Reviews Release Agents Procedure ALDOT 372 Approval of Recycled Asphalt Pavement Stockpiles & Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles

306.03(g) 3. Density of Layers Placed on Bituminous Surface Treatment. For layers that are placed on bituminous surface treatment, the achievement of a designated percentage of the maximum theoretical density will not be required when the designated placement rates are 139 pounds or less per square yard {75 kg or less per square meter}. These layers shall be thoroughly compacted as directed by the Engineer. A reduced density requirement will be allowed for layers that are placed on bituminous surface treatment at designated placement rates of 140 pounds per square yard or greater {76 kg per square meter or greater} and less

than 200 pounds per square yard {109 kg per square meter}. The allowable reduction in density is given in the Acceptance Schedule of Payment for In-Place Density (Table IV) given in Section 410. 306.03(g) 4. Density of Layers not placed on Bituminous Surface Treatment. For layers that are not placed on a bituminous surface treatment, the achievement of a designated percentage of

the maximum theoretical density will not be required when the designated placement rate is 124 pounds or less per square yard {67 kg or less per square meter}. These layers shall be thoroughly compacted as directed by the Engineer. 410 Table IV **Target density shall be 94.0 % of the theoretical maximum density for all mixes except for: - the range of placement rates given in Item 306.03(g)3 (140 pounds per square yard or greater {76 kg per

square meter or greater} and less than 200 pounds per square yard {109 kg per square meter} over surface treatments) the target density shall be 92.0 % and; - ESAL Range A and B mixes where the Contractor demonstrates and explains in writing why 94 % of the theoretical maximum density cannot be achieved and the Engineer informs the Contractor by written notification that the target density can be reduced to 93 % or 92 %. Bituminous Surface Treatments What is a bituminous surface treatment?

A bituminous surface treatment (BST), also known as a seal coat or chip seal, is a thin protective wearing surface that is applied to a pavement or base course. BSTs can provide all of the following: A waterproof layer to protect the underlying pavement. Increased skid resistance. A filler for existing cracks or raveled surfaces. An anti-glare surface during wet weather and an increased reflective surface for night driving. from: www.pavementinteractive.org/bituminous-surfacetreatments/ Bituminous Surface

Treatments From Historic Roads Glossary of Terms (2014) by Arizona Department of Transportation Stone aggregate spread over a sprayed-on asphalt emulsion or thin asphalt cement, then embedded in the asphalt by rolling over it with heavy equipment. BST is easy to apply, relatively flexible, appropriate on unstable terrains that thaw and soften in the spring, and roads that do not have heavy traffic.

ALDOT Bituminous Surface Treatments Section 401 Pay Items Bituminous Treatments B thru L and all the combinations in between with and w/o polymer Section 404 Pay Items Scrub Seal & High Performance Chip Seal Section 409 Pay Item Triple Layer Bituminous Treatment Process Reviews

Loading Delivery Trucks Use of Diesel Fuel Release Agents MSDSAR List II-6 ALDOT 429 Evaluation of Asphalt Mixture Release Coatings for Truck Beds National Transportation Product Evaluation Program

29 approved products now 10 approved products Pass Fail Criteria Shall have a rating of No Stripping for the nondiluted sample during the 7-Day Asphalt Stripping Test.

Shall have a maximum of 10 grams retained during the Mixture Slide Test. Shall have less than 10% binder adhere after the third pour of the Asphalt Performance Test. ALDOT 372 RAP & RAS Stockpiles Carbonate Stone & RAP Use in Wearing Layers Allowable Carbonate Stone 30% to 50%

Allowable RAP 20% Stockpile Management Questions

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